The North Fork Foodie Tour is back and bigger than ever for its 12thyear. The self-guided culinary adventure gives participants a rare behind-the-scenes look at local farms, vineyards and other establishments that have made the region a destination for farm fresh eats and local imbibes.
This year’s Foodie Tour, a fundraiser for North Fork Reform Synagogue, is showcasing 20 locations representing a wide array of food producers in the local artisanal food, wine and beer industries. (more…)
North Fork chickens roam free, snacking on bugs and seeds. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Local farms and other artisanal food and drink purveyors will be the stops on North Fork Reform Synagogue’s ninth annual Foodie Tour, set for Sunday, Sept. 20. The self-guided event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with exclusive tours, demonstrations, talks and family activities. (more…)
Foodies rejoice, there is a special event just for you! The North Fork of Long Island is famous for fresh, local fare: Peconic Bay scallops, Long Island duck, strawberries, potatoes, corn—the list is endless. (more…)
Photo by Rachel Young | Tomatoes at The Farm in Southold.
OK, I’ll admit it: I’m not an adventurous eater. Growing up, dinners at my Rochester household consisted largely of boring but blissfully predictable meals, like roasted chicken and mashed potatoes — and, darn it, I liked it that way.